Nonprofit Journal Project

Nonprofit leaders across southeast Michigan will contribute their thoughts via journal entries on how this unique confluence of events (COVID, vaccinations, climate change, racial justice, etc.) is affecting their organizations and the nonprofit sector.

The stories and journals will narrate through nonprofit leaders and capture the impact and vitality that these organizations bring to their communities as well as their journey during these unprecedented times.

This series is made possible with the generous support of our partners, the Michigan Nonprofit Association and Co.act Detroit.

Feature Story Veronica Bilicki oversees the Patient as Caregiver program.

Henry Ford Health program helps unpaid caregivers stay healthy


Feature Story Robert Sheehan, executive director of the Community Mental Health Association of Michigan
Longform Dr. Tiffany Abrego, executive director of behavioral health at the Boys and Girls Club of Southeast Michigan and associate professor of psychology at Wayne State University, and Jeremiah Green, whose idea led to the Mentally Fit Program.
Longform Lapeer County EMS Education Program Manager Luke Bowen leads a session of the new EMT training program.

Free EMS education program helps ease EMT shortage in Lapeer County


Longform Melanie Brim, former president and CEO of the Michigan Health Council.

How can Michigan solve its growing health care workforce shortage?


Feature Story Allie Zeff, Executive Director of Detroit Jews for Justice

Jewish community advocates for social justice


Feature Story Brodrick Wilks, program director and treasurer for Rescue MI Nature Now
Feature Story Rev. Horace Sheffield III, Executive Director of the Detroit Association of Black Organizations

Michigan nonprofits cite need for change in board diversity


Feature Story Dr. Chanel Hampton, CEO and founder of Strategic Community Partners

Giving the community influence and power


Feature Story Hafiza Khalique, Board Chair for Detroit Area Youth Uniting Michigan

Youth-led Detroit group calls for justice


Feature Story Debra Johnson, President of the Dementia and Alzheimer’s Association of St. Clair County

Helping those with Alzheimer's and dementia through caregiver education